Business




Digital shop keeps funds flowing

The team at Woy Woy Antiques & Collectables has created their own digital shop to generate funds for community groups and charities affected by COVID-19. The business has been unable…


Altis exits bulk retail

Altis Property Partners has sold Lake Haven Homemaker Centre for $46.25M to Metro Diversified Property Management. The centre opened in 2007 and includes Harvey Norman, BCF, Pets Domain, Beds R…


$800M invested and more to come

The new Board of Regional Development Australia Central Coast has its sights firmly set on helping the community rebuild from the challenges of COVID-19. “With half of the Board being…


Jobs will take years to bounce back

Analysis by the Institute of Public Affairs, based on data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) weekly payroll and wages, has found that in the first three weeks of…




Doggy day care coming to Gosford

Squawks Pet Store at 98 Showground Rd, Gosford, is hoping to expand into 96 Showground Rd, adding puppy pre-school and doggy day care, dog grooming and caged pet boarding to…






Mary Mac needs more supplies

In recognition of Homelessness Week which begins on Sunday, August 1, Woy Woy-based community organisation, Mary Mac’s Place, is putting the call out for more support during the lockdown. The…


Chamber wants soft border at river

The Peninsula Chamber of Commerce has repeated its calls for the NSW State Government to implement a soft border at the Hawkesbury River as cases continued to increase in the…



Peninsula tourism looking forward to nature

Three local tourism operators on the Peninsula will have the opportunity to become ECO Destination certified to help boost the local tourism sector when COVID restrictions ease. Ettalong Beach’s Bombora…


New role pivotal for region’s growth

Regional Development Australia Central Coast (RDACC) has appointed Christine Jarvis to the role of Director of Regional Projects, Funding and Research. The newly created role has been designed to support…


Pubs and clubs ‘doing it tough’

The Australian Hotels Association NSW (AHA) has welcomed a raft of State and Federal Government initiatives aimed at supporting businesses and staff during the current COVID lockdown but pubs and…